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FOUR people were killed and one was critically injured during a head-on collision in Paddock on Sunday.According to Margate SAPS spokesperson Captain Gerald Mfeka the accident happened on Sunday and involved a car and bakkie. Three occupants of the car were trapped and had to be freed using the jaws of life. “The two passengers in the car died and the driver died at Murchison Hospital later that afternoon. The two occupants of the bakkie were transferred to Port Shepstone Regional Hospital where the wife died,” said Mfeka. The travellers in the bakkie are believed to be from the Hibberdene area and those in the car were from KwaMbotho near Harding.

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ACCORDING to Ray Nkonyeni Municipality, the 13 veterans who have been occupying the flats for the past two weeks were asked to vacate the property on several occasions by the municipality but they refused. Speaking at a media briefing at the municipality on Tuesday, RNM Mayor Nomusa Mqwebu said the municipality resorted to taking legal action against the veterans because their attempts for peaceful negotiations were unsuccessful. “The municipality engaged with the

leadership of the illegal occupants explaining that these houses, even before they were built, have pre-approved legitimate owners,” he said. She said it was explained to the veterans that plans are in place to address the issue of houses for the military veterans. A meeting between the municipality and leadership of the veterans has been scheduled. Chairperson of the veterans association, Derick Ndlovu, said the group had been waiting for 23 years to obtain houses as promised to them. “We only occupied those spaces as an alter-

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The resident,who requested anonymity in fear of her safety, said the same man comes to her house and robs them of cellphones and household goods on a regular basis. According to the woman,the man robbed her once late last year and once this year. He was not successful on his third attempt.

It is alleged that at 7 pm on March 4, a 55-year-old man was walking to his home in the Toyana area in Umkomaas, when he was approached by a person known to him. The person struck the man on the head with a bottle and took his 9 mm pistol. An investigation led police to the person’s house where two firearms, police and army jackets, gloves and two 9 mm magazines were seized .

She said the police know him and have arrested him before, however, he was back on the streets and keeps coming back to her house. “On Tuesday morning, I saw him peeking through my front window, fortunately I saw him first. When he saw me he ran away,” said the resident. She said she has a photo of the

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ARCH is Human Rights awareness month, and the Fever spoke to Jennifer Molefe, who’s a therapeutic supervisor at Child Line and Family Treatment Unit, to highlight the rights of children and ways to curb abuse against them. She said that abuse ranges from physical abuse, where the abuse occurs when a child is purposely physically injured or put at risk of harm by another person, to sexual abuse, neglect and emotional abuse. “Sexual abuse is activity with a child that includes fondling, oral-genital contact,intercourse or exposure to child pornography.Emotional abuse means injuring a child’s self-esteem or emotional well-being. It includes verbal and emotional assault, such as continually belittling or berating, as well as isolating, ignoring or rejecting a child.” In addition, Molefe said there is medical abuse. “When someone purposely makes a child sick, to the point of requir-

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“Usually, parents have this rule that girls should return home early, before the sun sets, and boys are allowed to play outside until it’s late.It not supposed to be like that at all. “Boys too should be given a curfew because while they play out until late, many things could happen to them. They might get abused, raped or even killed for nothing,” she said. Molefe said recent statistics prove that boys are commonly abused. “The reason girls are being seen as more important is because the damage is visible but with boys you often can’t see [the damage] unless you sit down with the child and ask if everything is fine. “Boys don’t talk about their abuse but they take out the anger on other children

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in terms of doing what has been done to them. If the child has been raped, he’ll be moody and bitter and pull away from others,” she explained. Molefe said that bullying can also be a sign of abuse and this can result in the child weeing in bed or having physical bruises on their bodies. Parents need to be aware of what is happening in their child’s life. A child who’s being abused may feel guilty, ashamed or confused. He or she may be afraid to tell anyone about the abuse,especially if the abuser is a parent,other relative or family friend. A child may have an apparent fear of parents, adult caregivers or family friends. That’s why it’s vital to watch for red flags. She encouraged people to report abuse to the authorities immediately.

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Despite the exclusion of certain items deemed necessities such as basic food items including bread, maize, beans and rice, it must be noted that families do not survive on these VAT exempt items alone. To gain a local perspective the Fever took time to speak to people from around the area who had mixed views with regards to Treasury’s decision to increase VAT. Thobile Nyawo-Ndawonde said the VAT increase will drive inflation even higher especially for the poor. “This will hit hard even in those small savings a person has and investments, I mean we are already getting cellphone messages on the increase of rates and for people like us it will be more difficult,” she said. Another resident, Simosakhe Shange said the VAT increase by government is all but officials covering the states money they have looted. Siyabonga Dube said: “We need to have a non-political view about the matter as the increase is long overdue. If you look at countries like Sweden or England for that matter the VAT is as high as 20 to 25% which makes trading with these countries more difficult as you pay more compared to what they pay us,” he said.

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The assessment will still need to be engaged with and students are required to provide a carefully considered response.” Payne says there is a familiar scenario that plays out for many students who are not used to the open-book method of testing. “Firstly, there may be a misconception that you don’t need to study, because you will have access to prescribed textbooks and resources, which is false. “Secondly, upon sitting down and reading the exam, students may realise that the books won’t contain the answers as they may have thought. “And then finally, the student may realise that the examiner doesn’t want recalled facts, but a deeper understanding of the content.” It is therefore incumbent on all good institutions to ensure that new students, many of whom will be unfamiliar with the open-book approach, are properly coached before entering the exam room, says Payne. In addition to ensuring students are empowered to perform optimally when taking open-book tests, good institutions need to review and update the methodology of these kinds of tests, with particular attention to developments in the digital space, she said. “Traditionally, open-book assessments allowed students access to printed material authorised by their lecturers,” said Payne. “That was acceptable when students purchased hard-copy textbooks or used articles or publication as references. This is no longer the case. A large proportion of students, both nationally and internationally, no longer purchase hard-copy books but rather make use of e-books, online videos, tutorials and web pages for their content and to enhance their learning. 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Last year’s R1 000 hamper winner Sheila Govender (left) celebrates with Spendrite car winner Winnie Sibongile Ngcobo.

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CORES of patrons showed up for the Bargain Xpress and Spendrite annual car competition draw in Port Shepstone on Saturday. Hosted by the “King of Indian Comedy” Muthu Murugan and his band of musicians, the event brimmed with entertainment. The day’s event commenced early on Saturday morning at the two host stores where various participating brands gave away an array of small prizes. Most popular was the Coca-Cola spin-and-win stand where patrons spun a wheel and stood a chance to win one Coke hamper. The spoils continued until the main event where two new Chevrolet Utility 1.4 bakkies were given away to two lucky customers. Also in attendance was Ray Nkonyeni Municipality Mayor Nomusa Mqwebu who assisted in drawing the winning tickets. Mavis Mbili won the car from Bargain Xpress and Winnie Ngcobo walked away with the one from Spendrite.

Entertainer Muthu Murugan (left) takes a winning ticket from RNM Mayor Nomusa Mqwebu. PHOTOS: OMEGA MOAGI

Loved ones went on to the stage to celebrate with the Bargain Xpress car winner Mavis Mbili (in white top).

Giving away Oya Sweets (from left) Ahmed Sulaiman, Aphiwe Matomela and Javed Aktar.

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Clean up project brings town together OMEGA MOAGI >>omega.moagi@media24.com THE Port Edward Rate Payers Association started a clean up initiative for the Port Edward areas and surrounds. The clean up, headed by the association’s chairperson Peter Brereton, is scheduled for this coming Saturday and has seen residents from all corners of the town rally together to assist. It has also gathered the support of the Looking After Leisure Bay (LALB) community group based at the neighbouring Leisure Bay who also pledged to help. Co-founder of LALB Vanessa Mur-

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ray posted on Facebook to commend the association on the project and announced that LALD had donated 800 bags to their project. “People have come forward from each street to get their own streets cleaned up. Clean ups include vacant stands, roads, verges, and drain pipes in the whole area,” said Murray. “This is an amazing effort by Port Edward and this is why Looking After Leisure Bay has donated 800 bags to them for this project, because I cannot think of a better project that has the whole community coming together to do something as worthwhile as this,” said Murray.

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HE Ramsgate Conservancy held their Annual General Meeting at the Ramsgate Whaledeck last Thursday. The welcoming address was done by chairperson David Halle. He then announced Sally Booker as the new member of the conservancy’s exclusive list of lifetime members. Other names on the exclusive list include Halle, Paddy Norman and John Maken. The annual report was presented by vice chairperson John Murray and he highlighted the objectives of the work done by the conservancy, including work done in the Conservation and Environmental Protection. Other topics in his presentation were the diverse aspects of alien plant removal, indigenous gardens, the Whale Deck, the new walkway, recycling, river, the beach and the Estuarine water quality, the monitoring of wastewater treatment as well as Oatlands waste disposal site. “Of particular note was the joint initiative with Ramsgate Tourism to renovate the derelict toilet block near the Main Road into a Environmental and Tourism Centre to be named ETC,” said Murray. The committee members were also commended for their participation with many national and local bodies. The treasurer’s report was accepted without any dissent and a new committee was elected as follows: John Murray was elected as chairperson, David Halle as vice chairperson, Adrian Voice as treasurer and Ross Douthwaite as secretary. Other members with specific portfolios are Sally Booker, Peter Charlton, Carla Steenkamp and the chairperson of Ramsgate Tourism Peter Killian. Ex-Officio members are Paddy Norman (Wessa),

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Car dealer hosts market day PRECIOUS GUMEDE >>precious.gumede@media24.com

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RTS, crafts, music and car boot sales were the highlight of the day, at the very first Halfway Market held at Halfway Ford Port Shesptone on Saturday. Dealer principal Joe Bridges said he was impressed by the turnout. “The aim of the market is to create a platform for the community of Port Shepstone, especially the traders,” said Bridges. He said the event will take place every month. Lorraine Bruigom, in charge of attracting stallholders, said the response from

car boot sellers and flea marketers was amazing. She said traders came from Port Shepstone all the way to Hibberedene and a few from Margate. “For the first time the event was a success, however there was a lack of food stalls. We are calling on more food traders to be part of the next market,” said Bruigom. Two vehicles part of Halfway Ford Ranger madness special; the Ranger 2x2 XLT Double cab and Everest 2.2 XLS 4X4 manual, were on display and going on a special discount on the day. The date for the next market is still to be confirmed. PHOTOS: PRECIOUS GUMEDE

Husband and wife Carol (left) and Peter Newman sell handmade home decor.

Happy about the turnout are Halfway Ford’s Joe Bridges (Dealer principal) and Bronwen Basson.

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T’S all systems go for the municipality’s water and sanitation systems for the upcoming extended Easter weekend when hundreds of visitors are expected to be part of the Easter festivities in the district. Comprehensive plans have been developed to ensure a hassle-free Easter peak season with regards to the provision of water and sanitation services, and additional resources are in place to respond to any water and sanitation-related emergencies. A lot of emphasis has been placed upon the availability of adequate resources, which include human resources, water tankers, vehicles and standby private service providers to enhance the municipality’s ability to respond swiftly to service-delivery emergencies as efficiently as possible. During peak season periods, our supply networks of Umtamvuna and Bhobhoyi Water Treatment Works experience an extremely high

Municipality ready for the Easter weekend demand for water supply, which places severe strain on our water network. We will be on high alert at all hot spots and will ensure that in the case where there is prolonged water supply interruptions, alternative measures are implemented within the minimum amount of time. Provision has also been made for rural communities where water tankers will be assigned to supply water where our water networks have still not reached. The municipality is forever determined to fulfil its constitutional obligation; that of extending and sustaining water access to all the 85 municipal wards that constitute the four local municipalities. We are continuously engaged in expanding and maintaining our infrastructure to enable us to ensure that all communities have adequate access to our services. Furthermore, we have also ensured that our disaster management services are

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Sy onderwyseres het Janneman se ouers gevra om die saak te kom bespreek. Mnr. en mev. Van Vuuren het stil in die leë klaskamer by die onderwyseres, Mev. Blignaut, gesit. ‘Ek besef dis ‘n teer saak, en Janneman is jul enigste kind,’ het sy verklaar. ‘Maar die werklikheid is daar ‘n gaping van vyf jaar tussen sy verstandelike vermoëns en dié van die ander leerlinge. Hy hoort eintlik in ‘n spesiale skool. Dis nie regverdig teenoor hom en die ander kinders wat nie leerprobleme het om hom hier te hou nie.’ Mev. Van Vuuren het saggies in haar sakdoek gehuil toe haar man antwoord: ‘Mevrou, dit sal vir Janneman ‘n groot skok wees indien hy hier moet weggaan. Daar is geen spesiale skool naby nie, en ons weet hy hou baie van waar hy nou is.’ Mev. Blignaut het nie geweet wat om te sê nie. Nadat die egpaar huis toe is, het die onderwyseres lank by die venster uitgestaar. Sy het begrip gehad vir die Van Vuurens. Hul enigste kind was terminaal siek, maar dit was nie regverdig om hom tussen 18 ander leerlinge te hou en hulle te benadeel nie. Hy sou in elk geval nooit leer om te lees en skryf nie, so waarom nog tyd mors om te probeer? Skielik het sy skuldig gevoel. ‘O God,hier sit ek en kla,en my probleme is nie naastenby so groot soos

daardie gesin s’n nie.Help my asseblief om meer geduldig met Janneman te wees’. Van daardie dag af het sy hard probeer om Janneman se geluide en gedrag te ignoreer. Op ‘n dag het hy opgestaan en na haar tafel toe geskuifel. ‘Ek is baie lief vir jou Mev. Blignaut’, het hy hardop gesê sodat almal kon hoor. Die res van die klas het gegiggel, en Mev. Blignaut het gebloos. ‘Janneman, baie dankie……maar gaan sit nou.’ Paasfees was op hande, en Mev. Blignaut het hulle die storie van Jesus se kruisdood en opstanding vertel. Om die begrip van ‘nuwe lewe’ te beklemtoon, het sy aan elkeen van hulle ‘n groot plastiek-eier gegee. ‘Bring dit terug met iets daarbinne wat nuwe lewe simboliseer.’ Verstaan julle? ‘Ja juffrou!’ het die kinders gereageer. Al-

mal behalwe Janneman. Hy het net na die juffrou gestaar. Sy het gewonder of hy begryp het wat hy moes doen, en sy het besluit om sy ouers te kontak om dit aan hulle te verduidelik. Ongelukkig vergeet sy omdat haar hond skielik siek geword het en sy hulp moes gaan soek. Die volgende oggend bring die 19 kinders hul plastiek-eiers skool toe, baie opgewonde. In die eerste eier was daar ‘n blom. ‘Baie mooi’, verklaar mev. Blignaut. ‘Dit simboliseer nuwe lewe.’ Die volgende eier het ‘n skoenlapper binne. ‘Ja, dis beslis ook nuwe lewe.’ So vorder hulle deur die reeks eiers, en die betrokke kinders is baie tevrede met hulleself. Toe die onderwyseres die twaalfde eier oopmaak,was hy leeg.

Toe besef sy.Sy het nie sy ouers gebel nie. Janneman het heelwaarskynlik nie die opdrag verstaan nie, en sy skuif die eier eenkant toe. Janneman spring op. ‘Gaan juffrou nie oor my eier praat nie?’ ‘Janneman, jou eier is dan leeg.’ Hy kyk haar in die oë en sê saggies: ‘Maar juffrou, Jesus se graf was leeg.’ Die tyd het vir haar gaan stilstaan. Toe sy tot verhaal kom, vra sy: ‘Weet jy hoekom?’ ‘Ja,’ verklaar Janneman, ‘Jesus is doodgemaak en sy Vader het Hom weer lewendig gemaak.’ Na die huistoegaan klok gelui het, het Mev. Blignaut lank met trane in haar oë by haar lessenaar gesit. Janneman is drie maande later oorlede. Mense by sy begrafnis was verbaas om die 19 eiers op sy kis te sien. Almal leeg.

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WW Wouter se Watergat WOUTER WILLEMSE Ek het myself voorgeneem om vandeesweek so min as moontlik oor rugby te skryf, tensy daar iets dramaties gebeur, want dit raak afgesaag, veral as ‘n mens daagliks na ‘n horde uiteenlopende en veral eenogige menings moet luister. Niemand het egter verwag wat verlede naweek gebeur het nie. Die koerant- opskrif wat die gevoel in die Watergat na die reeks SupeRugbywedstryde weerspieël het,

Kwesbaarheid baie dogtertjies en seuntjies word deur florerende seks sindikate uitgebuit. Aan die ander kant is klein kindertjies wat sorgeloos speel en die arms vol vertroue uitsteek na ’n grootmens ook iets wat menige ouer of grootouer se hartsnare roer. Dit is juis die beeld van kwesbaarheid en afhanklikheid wat

was: ‘SA rugby horror show complete as Lions go down to the Jaguares’. Onderwyl ons Vrydag na die Sharks en die Rebels gekyk het, het ons gewonder of die Rebels soveel verbeter het, en of die Sharks bloot die kluts kwyt is. Lyk my dis ‘n groot deel van albei. Die Sharks, met soveel skitterende spelers, moet mos baie beter vaar? Wat anders kan dit wees as gebrekkige afrigting? Hoe is dit moontlik dat ‘n span met soveel talent so onbeholpe lyk? En die Lions? Oom Pottie se gevolgtrekking nadat hy tot verhaal gekom het na sy soveelste oorval, is waarskynlik ná aan die waarheid: Swys Joubert is goed, maar hulle mis Johan Ackermann. Iets van verlede seisoen is net nie daar nie. Dalk ook Jaco Kriel en Warren Whiteley? Die Bulls onder John Mitchell is ook onder die sukkelaars. Die Stormers het darem hul kant gebring. Maar kyk waar is hulle op die

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100% RESULTS OR MONEY BACK RICH INDIAN WOMEN TESTIFIES HER SECRET OF SUCCESS!!

My name is Michelle Moodley and I am 34 years old living in Port Shepstone, KZN, my number is 079 041 4465. It is true that my success is not a gift but rather a decision I made. It took me a while to trust anybody since I was destroyed by the previous doctors, sangomas and herbalists that I used in the past who did nothing for me but just took my money and offered me to sell my late parent’s house for their own gain and even cost me my business until today I cannot get hold of them as their offices and their phones are either engaged or not answered. Not knowing what else to do I called a business friend of mine for help and she was surprised to hear what had happened to me and she shared her secret of success which was a call to BABA GASELA who changed her life and she became rich through the SHORT BOYS that put R1 500 000 in her account each and every month and she would pay back R400 000 of that money to BABA GASELA. It was like a dream come true and after showing me her bank statements, I called BABA GASELA right away to also help me with the SHORT BOYS to put R1 500 000 in my account every month. After giving him my account details I only waited 6hrs and the 1st R1 500 000 was in my account and I paid him R400 000 as agreed. I then ordered the LUCKY WALLET that brings R100 000 every day and from that I pay him R300 000 every week. People if you have financial problems and suffered disappointments with previous doctors, sangomas and Herbalists, then don’t lose hope. Miracles can still happen. I witnessed it and THANKS TO BABA GASELA for changing my life. Even my husband and children came back after being separated for 4 years. My husband also used BABA GASELA as he was a gambler but has never won anything and BABA GASELA changed that by giving him the lucky numbers and he won the lotto and started his own construction company with his winnings. Thank you BABA GASELA for changing our lives and making it possible. You can also change your life.

CALL BABA GASELA NOW! ITS TIME TO MAKE THE RIGHT DECISION AND THE RIGHT CHOICE TO CHANGE YOUR LIFE. CALL BABA GASELA NOW ON 064 685 8648.

XHOSA WOMAN THANKS BABA GASELA FOR CHANGING HER LIFE

My name is Nontlahla Jalubane, a resident in Bizana, Eastern Cape my contact number is 073 614 2064. I was once a well known and big business woman in East London and other areas of the Eastern Cape but I ended up losing all my money through some Doctors & Herbalists in Port Elizabeth until now all their working offices and contact numbers are closed and switched off. After failing to pay my bond and my loan accounts to the various banks and companies they closed my business and repossed my properties. On Thursday 16 February I got the newspapers and read the miracles of BABA GASELA and the wonderful ways in which he changed the life of Michelle Moodley, an Indian woman from Port Shepstone, who had serious financial problems all because of Fake Doctors & Herbalists. I called Michelle Moodley who promised and guaranteed me that BABA GASELA will bring back my successful life again, I never hesitated to contact him and he gave me different options that he uses to change the lives of people who have financial and business problems, but I chose the SHORT BOYS to put R3 000 000 in my bank account and in less than 4 hours I received a notification from the bank showing that R3 000 000 was in my account and paid BABA GASELA R700 000 without any questions from the bank, it was exactly the way I was promised. On the 19th February I ordered the MAGIC WALLET which I received on the 20th February and started using it the same day and it brings me R100 000 everyday and he instructed me to pay him R300 000 every week from the R700 000 that I get each and every week. I can honestly say I am now a happy woman after getting most of my business and properties back but unfortunately some was already sold through auctions but because of his MAGIC WALLET that I use every day I will open a new business and buy new properties. I referred my cousin with whom I was staying with whilst I had lost everything to BABA GASELA and he chose RATS to bring him R2 500 000 in his house and the following day he paid R500 000 without any problems to him and his family. Now he is waiting to play the LOTTO after BABA GASELA gave him his lucky numbers and the date he is to play them in order for him to win big money and change his life after so many years of disappointments using other Doctors & Herbalists and he agreed to pay him 20% of the winnings. As a well known business woman in East London and other areas of Eastern Cape I publish this testimony to inform everybody how I lost everything I had and also to inform you that BABA GASELA is the one who helped me to get back my wealth and be rich again.

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INDIAN MAN WON POWER BALL THROUGH THE MIRACLES OF BABA GASELA It all started with my addiction of gambiling through casino and sports bets which I end up losing lots of money and so much debts to pay because I was totally bankrupt after all my businesses was closed and the bank took my houses, cars and some of my properties after so many months failing to pay my monthly bonds. I am Rajesh Pillay from Shelly Beach, KZN and my cell number is 078 851 3124. All my financial problems were solved and sorted out after I heard a lady testifying on the radio how BABA GASELA changed her life through the SHORT BOYS who deposit R3 000 000 in her Nedbank account within 4hrs only and she paid him back R800 000 without even having any problem with the bank and she also informed the public to read other testimonies in different newspapers and magazines from different people testifying how this powerful man changed their lives through their financial problems. So I decided to call him and he explained to me different good ways of getting successful again in my life but I choose to win POWER BALL and this powerful man promised to call me within 6hrs so that he can do his miracles to get the lucky numbers that will appear on the next POWER BALL draw. But my dream of winning it came true after all the my lucky numbers appeared on the draw and I paid him back 30% from the money that I won. Now am happy and successful again and all my businesses I managed to reopen them and I bought back everything that I lost in my financial crisis time and now I am financially stable with my family because am also using the LUCKY WALLET that brings R100 000 each and every day and am paying him back R300 000 from the R700 000 that am getting every week without any rules, instructions or any effects from the money am getting from the lucky wallet.

NEVER LOOSE HOPE OF SUCCESS BECAUSE OF YOUR FINANCIAL BACKGROUND JUST CONTACT HIM YOUR LIFE WILL BE CHANGED. CALL BABA GASELA ON 064 685 8648

EYONA NDLELA YOKUPHUMELELA EBOMINI Ngokuba unenxaki ngemali lonto ayithethi ukuba awunokwazi kuphumelela empilweni futhi ubesisityebi njengabanye abantu. Igama lam ndiguNompendulo Mtsolo, ndizalwa eMathatiele kodwa ndihlala ePort Shepstone, inumber yam kamakhalekhulwini 066 019 3585. Emvakweminyaka eminizi ndizama ukuphumelela nobutyebi kwizangoma kwindawo ngendawo, kumaxhwele noGqirha kodwa ndalahlekewa yimali ndaphelelwa nalithemba lokuba ngeke ndifumane ncedo ndandisendizixelelel uba ndilandelwa ngamashwa , inthlahla isebenza ngoba ubesendaweni eright ngexesha eliright. Yaqala ngokuba ndifunde itestimony eyayibhalwe nguMICHELLE MOODLEY ebulela futhi exelela abantu ngoBABA GASELA ngendle aye wamceda ngayo ngeMAGIC WALLET, le yamnceda wabuyelwa lishishni lakhe ephulukene nalo ngokuba afumaneiR100,000 yonke imihla wabe sele embhatala iR300.00 ngeveki. Ndaqale ndafonela uMICHELLE MOODLEY ndifuna andicacisele ngedlela uBABA GASELA asebenza ngazo ukunceda zabantu abhluphekhayo. Wandicacisela zonke indlela aye ancedengazo abantu wandinika inumber ndafonela uBABA GASELA kwangeloxesha, ngelosuku ndambuza ukuba ndingamezelantoni ukuze andincede atshinshe ubomi bam ngenxaki endandibhekene nayo ngokwezimali. UBABA GASELA waye wandixelela ngabafana abafaka noba yimalini ebankini yakho, kunye nempuku zemali ezizisayo. Uthe wayifuna endlini kunye neMagic Wallet ofumana iR100,000 yonke imihla, iminyaka emibini kunye namanani eLOTTO nePowerball ubese umbatala xa sewuphumelele kodwa ndacela abafana abafutshane ukuba bandifakele iR2 MILLION ebankini lam laseABSA. Zange kuphele no-3hours ndafumana umyalezo wasebankini othi ndingenele yi2 million. Ndamfonela ndinovuyo ndimxelela ngomyalezo ongenile kumakhlekhukhwini wam, wabase eyandixelela uba ndizabhatala iR500,000 kulemali, ndayanza kwanxaki. Zange ndilibazise kodwa ndaye ndaxelela umyeni wam ngoBABA GASELA ngoba umnyeni wam iminyaka emininsi waye nenxaki yokugambula ngemali futhi engaphumeleli , wade wafonela uBABA GASELA wacela ilotto, apho wawina kwi veki yesbini kaJanuary wabe sebatala u25 kule mali wathi wayiwina ngalendlela uBABA GASELA wamxelela ngayo,. Ngoku siphila impilo emandi futhi eyimpumelelo le wonke umntu ayinqwenelayo. Ndinamashishini wam ndithenge umzi wamaphupho am kunye nemoto. A bantwana bam bafundi kwezona zikolo zihamba phambile, yonke lento ndibulela amandla kaBABA GASELA phonela uBABA GASELA ukuze ufumane ncedo ngeke uzisole.

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BABA GASELA THE ONLY WAY TO A SUCCESSFUL LIFE To my fellow South Africans its your time to choose to make changes in your life this 2018. You have no more excuses for your financial problems that you have. My name is Akhona Shazi from Margate, KZN and my cell is 083 402 2427 but now live in Umhlanga in Durban because of business and properties that l have that Baba Gasela helped me to get through his wonderful miracles. It all started when I left Margate to come to Durban in order to continue my small restaurant business. that l had, hoping to get successful after so many years in Margate without success or even a small change on my business until the 3rd January when l got the Fever Newspaper for the customers to read while waiting for their orders in the restaurant. I was very surprised to read the testimonies for lots of people thanking and praising BABA GASELA or the miracles he had done to them and their families for changing their lives mainly the story of Michelle Moodley, a rich Indian Woman who testifies about the SHORT BOYS who put R1 500 000 in her account within 4 hrs and pay BABA GASELA R400 000 without any problems from the bank. l couldn’t waste time but to call her first which she promise and guarantee me that BABA GASELA is the only herbalist or doctor who can help me change my financial problems in life and also to boost my restaurant business until l called him and ordered the MAGIC WALLET which is helping me to boost my business by getting R100 000 each and every day and pay him back R300 000 from the R700 000 that l get every 7 days (a week). After using the MAGIC WALLET for a month, l spoke to Baba GASELA and asked him to put R2 000 000 in my bedroom using his RATS or special SHORT BOYS which he promised and guaranteed me that I will get money before 9am the next day because the day l called him, his RATS and SHORT BOYS was already booked because he got lots of customers that he is helping to change their life but l was very surprised to see the money in my bedroom when l woke up without even noticing that the RATS came to put money in my bedroom and paid him back R500 000 with a smile on my face. As l was sure that my financial problems were totally over. l am a happy woman now because of the miracles that happened to me in 2018. through Baba GASELA as l invested the money by opening different businesses in Durban and Port Shepstone. To all the business people and everyone who got financial problems but you have tried your best for your business to get successful or if you have been trying different ways to get success in your life including using different Herbalists, Sangomas and Doctors but it never works and just left you in a bigger problem than before, l promise you all that EVERY SECOND YOU WILL TALK WITH BABA GASELA BRINGS A FRESH BEGINNING AND EVERY MINUTE HOLDS A NEW PROMISE OF CHANGE IN YOUR LIFE.

JUST CALL BABA GASELA ON 064 685 8648.

IT’S REALLY HAPPENING WITH BABA GASELA!!!! My name is Londu Gumede from Umzimkhulu, KZN and my cell is 063 837 6887. l am a widow for almost 12 years now since my husband passed away & left me with the 3 children & financial problems after his family members took our properties & businesses that he left us. l tried my best to get our property back through lawyers but because of my problems I could not manage to pay them & ended up losing everything I had until l published my story in different newspapers with my cell number for help. After 3 days I received a call from a woman in Port Shepstone about BABA GASELA who had helped her during her financial difficulty using the SHORT BOYS to put R2 000 000 in her bank account. within 4 hours she had the money and paid him 25% from that money. She also used the LUCKY WALLET to get R100 000 everyday & she paid him 30% every week(7 days) from that money. l could not believe this and went and visited her in Port Shepstone & l was shocked after she showed me the money in her house that she was geting from the LUCKY WALLET. l did not hesitate and called BABA GASELA who explained everything he does & l also chose the SHORT BOYS to put R2 Million in my bank account and to my surprise 4 hours later l got the notification confirming the money in my account. As agreed I paid my 25%. Two days later l ordered the LUCKY WALLET and received it the next day through speed courier services. NOW I am getting R100 000 every day and pay him 30% every week, BABA GASELA also said he would help my brother win in POWERBALL and gave him lucky numbers to play in the POWERBALL which he won a lot of money. I would like to thank the woman from Port Shepstone for witnessing the good job BABA GASELA is doing to help people & to the newspapers for publishing these true testimonies. To all my fellow Widows. Divorcees’ and people who have financial problems and those whoON experienced disappointment with inexperienced Doctors, Herbalists 8. Sangomas. Call BABA SHANGE NOW 083 261 4311 him today he will change your life into a new world.

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CROSSWORD AND SUDOKU SOLUTIONS

MUNICIPAL NOTICE: 058 of 2018

>> SEE THIS WEEK’S CROSSWORD PUZZLE AND SUDOKU ON PAGE 34

>> Sudoku Solution 346

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A S H E S P L U T O I I M A L T T I L I E N T R E L D R E S S E E T N G E R S S G P E C O R D E A A A E S N O R A T G L R E F E R S

V I N E E V G I N E A S N L O T D E R S R D A M E N W A E A L S R S I S T I R R E E A R N L S

WINNER 343: Willie Smith

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APPLICATION IN TERMS OF THE MUNICIPAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT BYLAW INVITATION TO COMMENT Ray Nkonyeni Municipality hereby gives notice in terms of Schedule 4, Section 11 of the Municipal Planning and Land Use Management Bylaw that an application has been received in terms of Section 46 of the said Bylaw for the proposed rezoning of Erf 558 Marburg from “Public Open Space” to “Residential High Impact 3”. The proposed development will consist of three separate building structures each comprising 3levels. There will be 63 residential units of 65m² each in total. The property is situated off Prince Olaf Road.

Cllr. MA CHILIZA Mayor, Ugu District Municipality

INVITATION TO THE IDP AND BUDGET ROADSHOWS 2018/2019 The Local Government Municipal Systems Act 32 of 2000 call for municipalities to encourage and create conditions for the local community to participate in the affairs of the municipality. It is therefore against this background that Ugu District Municipality and its family of local municipalities is undertaking a process of IDP and Budget Road Shows 2018/2019. The public representatives are reaching out and interacting with communities to identify their service delivery needs during this period. Communities are therefore requested to utilise this democratic process for maximum benefit. Below are the dates and venues per local municipality: UMDONI MUNICIPALITY MUNICIPALITY

UMDONI

RAY NKONYENI

TIME

DATE

10h00

05/04/2018

Ward 7, 8, 9

Malangeni MPCC Sports Ground

10h00

06/04/2018

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Ward 4

Bhadane Community Hall

10h00

10/04/2018

(5Year Fixed Term Contract)

Ward 18

KwaDlangezwa Community Hall

10h00

11/04/2018

Ward 18

Dumayo community Hall

10h00

12/04/2018

(Ref: 01/2018)

Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced persons for the abovementioned post to take up office from 1 August 2018 REQUIREMENTS:  A recognised degree in Tourism or Marketing, coupled with a minimum of 5 years’ experience at a senior management level in the Tourism and Leisure sector;  Experience in Film or a District Film Office would be an advantage;  Compliance with National Treasury’s Minimum Competency requirements;  Sound financial management skills;  Thorough understanding of the relevant municipal legislation as well as tourism planning and management;  Knowledge of basic government systems, local economic development and Community Tourism Organisations;  Proven track record and strong business acumen in tourism marketing & development;  Good verbal and written communication skills

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VENUE

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Cluster 3 (01,02,06,10,11,19)

KwaNzimakwe Tribal Court

10h00

09/04/2018

Cluster 2 (07,08,09,29)

Mvutshini Community Hall

10h00

10/04/2018

Cluster 5 (21,22,23,24)

Bhuqu Community Hall

10h00

11/04/2018

Cluster 1 (34)

Mhlabunzini Community Hall

10h00

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Cluster 1 (30,31,32, & 33)

Ezinqoleni Community Hall

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Cluster 7 (12,13,14,15, & 16) Cluster 4 (03,05,25,26,27,28) Cluster 6 (04,17,18,20) Cluster 1 (35&36)

Fairview Sport field Gamalakhe community Hall Oshabeni MPCC Mlozane Community Hall

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20/04/2018

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Remuneration: Total remuneration package is R1,200,000 – plus performance bonus and cell phone allowance per annum (negotiable) Please review the Strategy and Annual Plan which is on our website : www.tourismsouthcoast.co.za

10h00

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The successful candidate will be required to sign an employment contract and an annual performance agreement in accordance with the provisions of the local Government Municipal Systems Act, 32 of 2000. Interested persons must forward a comprehensive C.V, a covering letter and three names of contactable references as well as certified copies of qualifications in an envelope marked “Private and Confidential (Ref 01/2018)” to: The Chairman, Ms EJ Crutchfield, Ugu – South Coast Tourism, Postnet Suite # 412, Private Bag X709, Port Shepstone, 4240 by no later than Friday 20th April 2018 at 10am. Alternatively, applications may be hand delivered to the Tourism Head Office.

WARD Cluster A (ward 19)

Cluster C (ward 15)

Cluster E (ward 6)

VENUE Mpisane Sport field (ward 19) Thembabantu Sports field (Ward 13) Mantiyaneni Sports field (Ward 15) Shibase Sports field (Ward 03) Msontini Sports ground (Ward 06)

UMUZIWABANTU MUNICIPALITY

UMUZIWABANTU

SM MBILI MUNICIPAL MANAGER P.O. Box 5 PORT SHEPSTONE 4240

VENUE

Cluster D (ward 3)

MUNICIPALITY

A person’s failure to lodge or forward comments in response to this notice shall be precluded from further participating in the process and taking any further steps, with regard to the application

KwaJoni Sports field

Cluster B (ward 13) UMZUMBE

All enquiries are to be directed telephonically to Nelisiwe Sithole on 039 315 9244.

Ward 2

UMZUMBE MUNICIPALITY MUNICIPALITY

POSTAL ADDRESS: P.O. Box 5, Port Shepstone, 4240 FACSIMILE: 086 587 7414 E-MAIL: nelisiwe.sithole@rnm.gov.za

WARD

RAY NKONYENI MUNICIPALITY MUNICIPALITY

A copy of the applications (No:161/2017) received in terms of the above is available for inspection between 07h30 and 16h00 at the Municipal Offices, Erf 666 Crescent Road, Uvongo. The public with sufficient interest therein may lodge written comments to the Head of Department: Development Planning Services by no later than 09 May 2018 via any of the following:

WARD Ward,4,5,6& 10 Ward,1,2 &3 Ward, 7,8 & 9

VENUE Sunrise Community Hall Harding town hall Emfundeni sports ground (ward 07)

Issued by: Mr. DD Naidoo Municipal Manager Ugu District Municipality promotes working together to create an environment that is friendly, responsive, accountable, effective and efficient for local communities.

CORE RESPONSIBILITIES  Lead and manage the administration of the Municipal Entity in accordance with all relevant legislation;  Initiate and author strategic and operational plans for tourism and if mandated the District Film Office;  Manage and implement the Tourism Strategy, Film Strategy and PMS within operational functionality and mandates;  Lead the Marketing of the region in order for the entity to contribute to the realisation of the entity’s goals and objectives as the Regional Tourism Management entity;  Lead the Development of the district to ensure that tourism encourages economic transformation throughout the region;  Maintain close links to the private and public sectors;  Facilitate and co-ordinate events throughout the district;  Facilitate and encourage participation of all local communities in the affairs of the entity;  Manage an effective and efficient organisational structure;  Implement tourism marketing & development programmes for the district;  Manage the South Coast brand.

No faxed or emailed applications will be accepted. Ugu-South Coast Tourism is committed to Employment Equity. We thank all applicants for their interest. Communication will be with short listed candidates only. Ugu-South Coast Tourism Head Office: 16 Bisset Street PORT SHEPSTONE 4240

Mr Justin Mackrory Chief Executive Officer Ph: (039) 682 7944; Fax (039) 682 1034


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ASH-TAGGED #“Totally ungovernable”, the all-new BMW X2 was launched at Supertech BMW Shelly Beach last Saturday and Sunday. BMW fans, families and staff celebrated the new beast over a braai and some snacks while viewing the Sport Coupé. Salesperson Leon Singh described the vehicle as a risk pusher, saying it is suitable for an individual who is career driven; someone who lives on the edge. Singh said the new X2 has connect drive and road assistance with the click of a button. “With the click of a button,the driver can access customer support as well as the BMW tele-services. It offers different driving modes, however,it only comes in automatic,allowing manual drivers to adjust the automated gears on the steering wheel,” he said. He said that with its wide-screen display, the driver is able to access online services and optional connectivity choices which include 4G LTE Wi-Fi

Taking a test drive in the BMW X2 are Sachin Kalkapersad (left) and Dashen Pather.

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Enjoying some wors rolls and cooldrink are (from left); Sizeni Ndwalane, C.C. Ndwalane-Nzimakwe and Dolly Ndwalane. hot spot and Apple CarPlay. “Its safety tech includes: lane-departure warning, automatic high beams, forward-collision warning and low-speed automated emergency

Wearing her number one fan t-shirt is Kerese Naicker.

braking.It is also a crossover for people who are willing to compromise on back-seat and boot space, as in return they get sleeker looks and a slightly sportier drive,” he said.

The difference between real and fake news NEWS outlets have been fighting a losing battle for some time. The Internet changed the way we consume media for good and traditional publishers are still struggling to find a way to monetise their businesses. Analysis by Buzzfeed’s Craig Silverman shows that fake news articles outperformed real news on Facebook in

the final month leading up to America’s election day. The network’s algorithm amplifies trending news — whether it’s real or fake — and has no journalistic discretion. Facebook has since admitted that it needs to do more to combat false information, but there is little indication of how or when this might occur. Dr Kristy Hess, senior lecturer in

communication at Deakin University, has researched the relationship between Facebook and news media and says: “Face- book is not held to account the same way that mainstream media is when it comes to upholding and sharing accurate, reliable information.” The challenge for readers is to interrogate what they’re reading rather

than simply believing anything that aligns with their values. It is unfair to place all blame on social networks, though. Bias creeps into even the most respected mainstream news outlets. “This is going to be an increasingly important point of distinction for journalism as we move further into the

21st century. It’s not just about issues of trust and reliability, it’s about legitimacy,” “We often develop opinions based on where we stand in the world, our background and life experiences. We must try as a society to listen to alternative views and be open-minded when forming opinions,” said Hess. — Supplied.

MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION BOARD NOTICE IN TERMS OF SECTION 26 OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT: MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION ACT, 1998 (KWAZULU NATAL) Notice is hereby given in terms of section 26 of the Local Government: Municipal Demarcation Act, 1998 (Act No. 27 of 1998) of the intention of the Municipal Demarcation Board to re-determine the boundaries of the municipalities listed in the second column of the Schedule in order to correct the misalignments that led to split settlements/farms. Members of the public are invited to submit written representations and views to: The Municipal Demarcation Board Private Bag x123 Centurion 0046 South Africa Fax: 012-3422480 E-mail: registry@demarcation.org.za

SCHEDULE: KWAZULU NATAL DEM5601

Proposed redetermination of the municipal boundaries of Umzumbe Local Municipality (KZN213) and Umdoni Local Municipality (KZN212) by excluding a portion of farm BJ 16729 from the municipal area of Umzumbe Local Municipality (KZN213) and by including it into the municipal area of Umdoni Local Municipality (KZN212)

DEM5611

Proposed redetermination of the municipal boundaries of Ubuhlebezwe Local Municipality (KZN434) and Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma Local Municipality (KZN436) and by excluding a portion of farm Lot AK 8622 and Lot S 70 no 7197 from the municipal area of Ubuhlebezwe Local Municipality (KZN434) and by including them into the municipal area of Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma Local Municipality (KZN436)

DEM5626

Proposed redetermination of the municipal boundaries of Umzimkhulu Local Municipality (KZN435) and Greater Kokstad Local Municipality (KZN433) by excluding a portion of Kilrush 64 from the municipal area of Umzimkhulu Local Municipality (KZN435) and by including it into the municipal area of Greater Kokstad Local Municipality (KZN433)

DEM5633

Proposed redetermination of the municipal boundaries of uMhlathuze Local Municipality (KZN282) and Mfolozi Local Municipality (KZN281) by excluding a portion of farm Lot 308 Empangeni 13742 from the municipal area uMhlathuze Local Municipality (KZN282) and by including it into the municipal area of Mfolozi Local Municipality (KZN281)

DEM5663

Proposed redetermination of the municipal boundaries of Umdoni Local Municipality (KZN212) and Umzumbe Local Municipality (KZN213) by excluding a portion of farm Ngidi 17389 from the municipal area of Umdoni Local Municipality (KZN212) and by including it into the municipal area of Umzumbe Local Municipality (KZN213)

DEM5665

Proposed redetermination of the municipal boundaries of Umdoni Local Municipality (KZN212) and Umzumbe Local Municipality (KZN213) by excluding portions of portion 9, 11 and 13 of farm Mgai 16801 from the municipal areas of Umdoni Local Municipality (KZN212) and by including it into the municipal areas of Umzumbe Local Municipality (KZN213)

DEM5666

Proposed redetermination of the municipal boundaries of Umdoni Local Municipality (KZN212) and Umzumbe Local Municipality (KZN213) by excluding farms Engweni No 2 6798 from the municipal areas of Umdoni Local Municipality (KZN212) and by including them into the municipal areas of Umzumbe Local Municipality (KZN213)

DEM5667

Proposed redetermination of the municipal boundaries of Umzumbe Local Municipality (KZN213), Ugu District Municipality (DC22), Ubuhlebezwe Local Municipality (KZN434) and Harry Gwala District Municipality (DC43) by excluding portions of farms Lot Cx 8025, Lot Ce 7374, Lot Cy 8134 and Allcliffe 15558 from the municipal areas of Umzumbe Local Municipality (KZN213) and Ugu District Municipality (DC22) and by including them into the municipal areas of Ubuhlebezwe Local Municipality (KZN434) and Harry Gwala District Municipality (Dc43)

DEM5679

Proposed redetermination of the municipal boundaries of uMzimkhulu Local Municipality (KZN435),Harry Gwala District Municipality (DC43), uMuziwabantu Local Municipality (KZN214) and Ugu District Municipality (DC21) by excluding portions of farm Standford 4550 from the municipal areas of uMzimkhulu Local Municipality (KZN435),Harry Gwala District Municipality (DC43) and by including them into the municipal areas of uMuziwabantu Local Municipality (KZN214) and Ugu District Municipality (Dc21)

DEM5680

Proposed redetermination of the municipal boundaries of uMzimkhulu Local Municipality (KZN435),Harry Gwala District Municipality (DC43), uMuziwabantu Local Municipality (KZN214) and Ugu District Municipality (DC21) by excluding portions of farm Hluku 18278 and DeepdaleGrande 18280 from the municipal areas of uMuziwabantu Local Municipality (KZN214) and Ugu District Municipality (DC21) and by including them into the municipal areas of uMzimkhulu Local Municipality (KZN435) and Harry Gwala District Municipality (DC43)

Email submissions must be sent to registry@demarcation.org.za, All representations and views must reach the office within 30 days of the publication of this notice. No submissions will be accepted after 16:30pm on the closing date. Submissions sent to any other email address or fax line will not be considered. Written representations and views must be based on the criteria provided for in Sections 24 and 25 of the Demarcation Act and must include the Names, and contact details of the person or organisation making representations. The relevant reference number (DEM No.) must please be used in any correspondence with the MDB. A map for each DEM Number can be downloaded from the MDB's web-site (www.demarcation.org.za), or on request from the MDB by sending an email to daniel@demarcation.org.za or by calling Liz at 087 150 4431 and Naomi at 087 150 4433 for more information on how to acquire maps. MS JANE THUPANNA CHAIRPERSON: MUNICIPAL DEMARCATION BOARD

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HE South Coast is the only region within southern Africa that has both Afromontane forests and coastal dune forests, allowing for the coast’s prodigious wealth of diversity in bird species. Recognised specials include the Narina Trogon, Magpie Mannikin, African Crowned Eagle and Grey Crowned Crane, among others. This is according to renowned local bird photographer Malcolm William Sutton, who says he has been fascinated with bird photography since going on a work-related challenge to summit Kilimanjaro in 2011. “The trip included an overnight stay in the Serengeti. At the airport, I decided I needed a reasonably decent camera to record this opportunity so I bought a DSLR with a 24-105 mm zoom lens. During the trip I took a number of ‘poor’ images of animals, plants, people and landscapes, but my interest in photography started,” said Sutton. “My fascination with photographing birds really started in Mali. One weekend, while out walking along an escarpment during the dry season, I came across a gorge with pools of water. This was like an oasis to many of the birds of the region in an otherwise parched landscape. I spent hours there trying to photograph them, with my primary objective being to be able to identify the birds from the photographs,” said Sutton. Since then, Sutton has not looked back and to date he has captured some of the most provoking scenic bird images recognised by a wide audience. “I love capturing and ‘freezing’ some special moment that we normally only get a brief glimpse of, if we even see it at all. The shapes, colours, patterns and textures of these creatures are seldom seen in any kind of detail during our normal daily routines and I get a

Half-collared Kingfisher in flight at the Mpenjati Estuary. PHOTO: MALCOLM SUTTON

great deal of satisfaction from portraying them at their best,” said Sutton. Being a part of the Hibiscus Coast Photographic Society and having images judged, has taught Sutton that photography, like other forms of art, is extremely subjective, he says. “As they say, beauty is in the eye of the beholder,” he said. One of his most memorable photos, he says, is his award-winning image of a Giant Kingfisher at the local Umkobi Lagoon. “On this particular morning, I saw them [Giant Kingfishers] moving about at the lagoon and then one flew into a tree on the opposite side and towards the ocean. It was much too far away to consider for a photograph but I kept an eye on the area. Suddenly I saw a splash and looked across to see what happened next. I then saw the kingfisher flying towards me and as I peered into my camera’s viewfinder, I saw that it had a good-sized

fish in its beak. I managed to focus on the bird, rather than the background water, which is often a problem, and pressed the shutter, all the time tracking the bird,” said Sutton. Much like many other forms of wildlife, bird species are endangered, with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) recording that at least 12% of the world’s bird species are threatened with extinction, and an additional eight percent are near-threatened. Sutton says the main threat to bird species, as with other wild fauna and flora, is habitat destruction or degradation, particularly from agriculture and commercial forestry. “In general, human expansion and development are bad news for other species. “Individuals can make a difference, but possibly the best way to assist is to support local conservancies or organisations like Birdlife South Africa and the Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa,” he said.


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Other automakers are likely to follow. Looking backward: When a driver activates a turn signal, an eight-inch screen behind the steering wheel on Hyundai’s new Nexo hydrogen fuel cell vehicle shows everything on that side of the car plus what’s directly behind it. The system uses existing cameras to let drivers see without turning their heads. Other cars have similar technology. Seeing signs: Mercedes’ new S-Class cars have advanced navigation and global mapping, and cameras that read speed-limit signs. These enable the car’s computers to warn drivers of the speed limit or keep them from exceeding it. The system also recognizes upcoming construction zones, curves or roundabouts, and can slow the car ahead of when a driver would. Volvo has a similar system. Laser guided: Smaller versions of those spinning 360-degree mechanical laser sensors that sit atop self-driving cars are coming to mainstream vehicles. The lasers, called Lidar for Light Detection and Ranging, can see far-off objects in the dark, in bad weather, and in great detail.. — Wheels24.

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ESPITE two areas of concern, this new Prado has a lot going for it. There’s a huge toy boxful of kit too. It’s traditionally built on a chassis, has permanent all-wheel drive with low range, centre and rear differentials can be locked independently, it offers five-way terrain control (MTS), there’s self-levelling with height adjustment (Kinetic Dynamic Suspension or KDSS) and its all-steel underpinnings, double wishbones in front and multilink at the back, include Adaptive Variable Suspension (AVS). That means it uses sensors and microprocessors to monitor the surface in real time while a computer analyses data and adjusts shocks accordingly. There are three settings, Comfort, Normal and Sport. The Comfort setting does a good job of smoothing both harsh impacts and annoying vibrations set up by small, embedded stones or washboard surfaces. We experienced this while testing a Fortuner 2.8 GD in 2016. Thankfully AVS means you won’t need to consider buying expensive, aftermarket shocks for your Prado. Normal and Sport explain themselves. KDSS, on the other hand, was invented and developed by Kinetic Pty Ltd, a small Western Australian company. It adjusts front and rear stabilisers via fluid reservoirs,

hydraulic piping interconnections and a control unit. Its everyday job is to jack up the rear end slightly when carrying heavy loads and, in off-road conditions, compensate when it senses that a wheel has dropped lower than usual. It also allows you to either raise the suspension by 40 mm for increased clearance or lower the rear end by 20 mm to facilitate loading. Lift mode switches off at 50 km/h and load mode disengages at 12 km/h. Sand dune fans will appreciate Second Start. This confusing label has nothing to do with new beginnings after personal disasters but rather that the autobox will be instructed to use second gear for take off. The reduced torque, compared with using first, makes the wheels less likely to dig in and bog down. Our top-of-range VX-L test car boasted a boatload of up-market features including the AVS, KDSS and locking rear diff mentioned earlier, LED headlamps with automatic high beams; headlamp washers, automatic light levelling, satnav, surround cameras, rain sensing wipers, powered raising and stowage of the jump seats, warmed front and second row seats pre-crash readying with pedestrian detection, blind spot monitoring and cross traffic alert, tyre pressure monitors, adaptive cruise control and lane keeping. Tyres are 265/60R18 Bridgestone Dueller.

At entry-level, TX trim (diesel-only) provides push-button starting; lockable centre diff, LED front and rear fog lamps, automatic headlights and air conditioning, heated and retractable side mirrors, a cooler box under the central armrest, leather upholstery, seven airbags, rear PDC, ABS brakes with all the add-ons, trailer sway control, hill start and downhill assist. Tyres are 265/65R17, more reassuring if you go off-road a lot. The inner ambience is of big space including fore-and-aft adjustment for second row seats, jump seats that can accommodate adults, wider-than-usual front chairs for those broader of beam, grab handles for all ‘outer’ passengers, climb-in handles at

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THE NUMBERS Price: R969 600 Engine: 2 982 cc, inline four, DOHC, 16valve commonrail diesel with VNT Power: 120 kW at 3 400 rpm Torque: 400 Nm between 1 600 and 2800 rpm Zero to 100 km/h: 11,7 seconds Maximum speed: 175 km/h Real-life fuel consumption: About 10,8 l/100 km Tanks: 87 plus 63 litres Luggage: 120 – 480 - 1 833 litres (VDA) Ground clearance: 215 mm Approach/departure/breakover angles: 31,0/25,0/22,0 degrees Maximum wading depth: 700 mm Warranty: three years/100 000 km Service plan: five years/90 000 km at 10 000 km intervals.

every door, big windows to watch game through, three courtesy lights and lots of storage. Both front chairs are powered, with two memory settings for the driver. Making city driving easier than expected, its turning circle is only 11.6 metres wide for a Corolla perhaps, but like nothing for a big SUV. Our Tenderfoot Trail is not exactly for sissies, but was obviously no challenge for the Prado. We liked the big, wide front fenders that made “aiming” easy and, again, the large side windows are made for bush driving. While exploring the great outdoors we wondered what the Mogul setting on the Multi Terrain Select (MTS) dial was all about. We eventually discovered that mo-

guls are hard mounds of snow on ski slopes, suggesting that mogul roads are lumpy and uneven. Just two things prevent the VX-L version of Toyota’s 2018 Land Cruiser Prado being almost perfect, its 3.0 litre diesel engine and its five-speed automatic transmission. South Africa and India appear to be the only markets still offering this combination despite almost universal introduction of the new and more powerful 2.8GD engine and improved six-speed gearbox in 2015. Even our local Hiluxes and Fortuners have them and, when you’re spending close to a million Rand, you probably won’t want the less powerful engine and old gearbox.

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